Beretta A400 Xtreme Plus KO 28" 12 Gauge Shotgun 3.5" Semi-Automatic, Realtree Max-5 - J42XV18L
- Series/Collection: A400 Xtreme Plus KO Realtree Max-5
- Action: Semi-Automatic
- Stock Type: Kick-Off Mega and Kick-Off3 with Soft Comb
- Magazine Capacity: 2+1
- Caliber/Gauge: 12 Ga
- Sight: Integral Mid Bead, Fiber Optic Front Bead
- Barrel Material: Steelium Plus
- Receiver Material: Aluminum Alloy
- Stock Material: Synthetic
- Receiver Finish: Realtree Max-5
- Stock Finish: Realtree Max-5
- Barrel Length: 28"
- Chamber Length: 3-1/2"
- Length of Pull: 14-1/4"
- Weight: 7.4 lb
- Chokes: OBF-HOPB
- Rib Width: Step Rib 7mm x 7mm with Mid Bead
- Includes: Lylium
- Recoil Pad: Micro-Core
- Barrel Type: Optima Bore HP
- Orientation: Left
The A400 Xtreme Plus stock now feature a soft comb, which reduces the felt recoil imparted to the shooter's cheek even further. The A400 Xtreme Plus features Beretta's exclusive Steelium Plus barrels, a first for hunting shotguns providing the best patterning possible from all hunting loads, along with further felt recoil mitigation. Further drawing from the competition world, the new A400 Xtreme Plus barrel features a step rib with an integral mid-bead and fiber optic front bead in order to ensure the proper fit and sight picture for all conditions. Further enhancing the A400 Xtreme Plus is the addition of an extended charging handle and bolt release from the factory to allow for easier manipulation during the coldest and rainiest days, as well as an enlarged loading port to allow for easier loading in adverse conditions.
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